How do I delete a pdf file I have downloaded?
Move to the trash and empty trash?
That isn't an option in Adobe Acrobat DC Reader, at least from what I can see in the app!!!!! One can't even check-mark a document, get the pop-up menu, and see a way to delete a document! And sadly, for whatever reason, I can't even go to my Documents and delete it, because it doesn't show in Documents. And the document I'm trying to delete isn't in the Adobe Cloud. Also, only SOME of the documetns in Reader have the 3 dots next to them, that can be deleted. It's ridiulous how difficult it is to delete an Acrobat document. RIDICULOUS that it's not a simple thing to do without having to ask for help. GRRRRRRR!!!!
Acrobat DC, which I recently installed with "Special $9.99 Free Offer," and which I have March 15 to cancel, provides no way I can find to delete PDF's unless they are not stored in app. This leaves documents in DC cloud (?) that just take up space. Clicking on "cloud icon" in document window does NOT offer a delete option after hitting "three dots." Running on 2017 iMAC with latest Catalina 10.15.3. Is this a bug, a fail on part of Adobe or a way to get you to buy more cloud space. The benefits aren't worth the clutter.
Thank you. This is correct. I should have read it before speding an hour chatting with three Adobe reps who didn'y know how to do this from within the program!
I can't find the three dots so I can't select delete. Any suggestions?
Post a screenshot of what you're seeing.